Message from the President/CEO, Annette Schnabel

We are lucky in healthcare to be invited into people’s lives. While we do not always know the challenges each person is facing, by demonstrating genuine concern for each person, we can give them the opportunity to feel blessed on their life journey.

Perry is committed to focusing on our communities’ future health. We encourage you to peruse our website as your health resource during your journey. We wish all our community members a healthy and happy 2019!

Perry Memorial News and Events

Jul 23

Nami Support Group

Location: Perry Memorial Hospital, White Oak Classroom (3rd floor of the hospital.)   The NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Family Support Group is a peer-led support group for family and friends of individuals living with mental illness.   Trained NAMI volunteers follow a structured model providing opportunities to share practical experience in locating services, reinforcing coping skills and exchanging emotional support.   NAMI Support Groups are: Free to participants Designed for adult loved ones (18+) of individuals living with mental illness. Led by family members of individuals living with mental illness Confidential Allow you to gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar situations.

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Jul 24

Veterans' & Seniors' Resources Fair

Join more than 20 organizations to receive resources and information about employment assistance, legal services, healthcare services, senior living, and veterans' affairs.  In collaboration with Rep. Dan Swanson (IL-74), Perry brings conversations with family providers disease prevention and treatment, in addition to fingerprinting for all ages, free refreshments, and an interactive Iron Lung exhibit, thanks to the support of the Princeton Rotary Club.  Share your concerns with Rep. Swanson, learn what agencies and organizations are available for support, and find out how to take advantage of area resources. Wednesday, July 24 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. Bureau County Metro Center, 837 Park Avenue West, Princeton IL

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Jul 24

Pink Ribbon Club

Meets the fourth Wednesday of every month at 5:30 p.m. Location: First Congregational Church, Peru Cost: Free to attend, light meals provided. The Pink Ribbon Club is intended for breast cancer fighters, survivors and their family members.  The group discusses education and resources and offers a comfortable place for supportive conversation. To register, call 815-220-0342.

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Jul 25

Foundation Monthly Meeting

To be held in Private Dining Room

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